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Buckley Town 1 Penrhyncoch 1

Conceding late goals seems to have been one of the main features of our season and so it was against Penrhyncoch.

The highlight of Buckley Town’s first half was a well-executed volley from Tom Gunson, in for the injured Jake Roberts, that pinged off the joint of cross bar and post. The 18-year-old had a good game holding the ball up well and laying off the ball to create opportunities throughout. He still has a lot to learn but showed that he has a future at this level having featured mostly for the Reserves this season.

Penrhyncoch are in a relegation battle at the bottom of the league and had no intention of making it easy for Buckley. In fact, they had the best of the first half and looked the most likely to score, looking dangerous from set plays and corners.

Buckley’s passing was poor and their play often disjointed with a make shift defence due to the injury absence of Luke Blizard, Chris and Dylan Roberts they gave the ball away far too many times with misplaced passes. Starting with three at the back, they quickly reverted to a 4-4-2 when Lewis Hone’s injury woes continued. Rhys Hewitt came in at left back and Kieron Moore, who had started at left wing back and with a change of boots, reverted to his more familiar offensive role.

The second half was much of the same with Penrhyncoch more than competitive but Buckley’s reshuffle made them a little more effective going forward. Yet, it was not until the 72nd minute that we saw the best bit of quality in the game. With Aron Williams just off the bench a great passage of passing play saw Tom Gunson play the ball wide to Williams on the right wing and with almost his first touch he fired the ball across the box for Adam Eden to thump it home.

Penrhyncoch were gutted but to their credit they went looking for an equaliser and for the Buckley faithful the prospect of missing out on another winning position was all too evident. You could see it coming and Buckley succumbed in the 85th minute when Jon Evans bagged an equaliser.

Over the thirty games of the season we have seen this happen too often. Had we taken the points in the games we have been ahead this season, who knows where we would have found ourselves come the end of the season? That said we have a young side and they can only learn from these harsh disappointments. Another year older, another year wiser and a group of players that will only get stronger as they mature and come into the prime of their playing careers.

Finally, we would have to thank our supporters who again turned out in high numbers for our final game of the season. It was extremely pleasing to see so many youngsters in the crowd along side those who have supported the club for many years. Our Presentation Evening is next Saturday starting at 4:00pm at Buckley Cricket Club. It is open to all so come along and meet the players.

Pictures Courtesy of Trevor Jones

Pictures Courtesy of Nic Johnston

Details

Date Time League Season Full Time Attendance
6th April 2019 2:30 pm Huws Gray Alliance 2019 90' 247

Ground

The Globe
Globe Way, Buckley CH7 3LY, United Kingdom

Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Buckley Town011Draw
Penrhyncoch011Draw

Buckley Town

# Player Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Joe MakarukGoalkeeper0000
2Luke Douglas Defender0010
3Kieron MooreMidfield0010
4Chris HibbertDefender0010
5Callum HumphriesDefender0000
6Lewis Hone 12Defender0000
7Connor Littler 15Forward0000
8Joshua JonesMidfield0000
9Tom GunsonForward0000
10Phill Molyneux 14Midfield0000
11Adam EdenForward1000
12Rhys Hewitt 6Defender0000
14Shaun Tinsley 10Midfield0000
15Aron Williams 7Midfield0100
16Daniel MooreDefender0000
 Total 1130

Penrhyncoch

Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
 1000

Officials

Referee1st Assistant Referee
Aled Rhys WilliamsP S Ellis

 

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Denbigh Town 0 Buckley Town 1

Shaun Tinsley grabs all three points with a fine individual strike.

As previously in the season Buckley Town found it difficult to deal with the physicality of Denbigh Town who tried to make it difficult for them to play any kind of passing game on a hard and dry pitch as a result of a lack of recent rain. The result was not a pretty game to watch with the ball in the air more than Buckley would have wished.

Buckley did open the game the brightest of the two sides and had their best period of the game for the first half hour. It was during that period Aron Williams was able to break free down the right and crossed for Jake Roberts. From his challenge in the air with Denbigh’s skipper Toni Davies the ball fell to Shaun Tinsley’s right ten yards from goal. He lifted the ball over defender Stu Vernon’s head to get the ball onto his left side and fired the ball home past Craig Vernon in the Denbigh goal with a left footed strike.

The second half was played mostly on the back foot as Denbigh came straight out of the dressing rooms looking for an equaliser. The best chances of the half fell mostly to Denbigh but on the occasions, they were able to get decent shots in on goal, Buckley captain Joe Makaruk was there to make the save. He made two good stops on either side of his goal diving at full stretch to turn the ball away for corner kicks.

The last few minutes became increasingly about Buckley Town holding on to what they had with Denbigh throwing everything into a final blitz to try and win something from the game, even sending the keeper up for corner kicks. Buckley held firm and earned another three points away from home. Denbigh will now have to battle to retain their place in the league with three tough games remaining at Rhyl and at home to Holywell and Llanrhaeadr.

Pictures Courtesy of Nic Johnston

Pictures Courtesy of Trevor Jones

Details

Date Time League Season Full Time Attendance
30th March 2019 2:30 pm Huws Gray Alliance 2019 90' 141

Ground

Central Park
Central Park, Denbigh, Denbighshire, LL16 3EW

Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Denbigh Town000Loss
Buckley Town101Win

Denbigh Town

Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
 0000

Buckley Town

# Player Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Joe Makaruk Goalkeeper0000
2Luke Blizard 16Defender0000
3Dylan RobertsDefender0000
4Luke DouglasDefender0000
5Callum HumphriesDefender0000
6Lewis HoneDefender0000
7Aron WilliamsMidfield0000
8Kieron MooreMidfield0000
9Jake RobertsForward0000
10Aled Bellis 14Midfield0000
11Shaun Tinsley 15Midfield1000
12Chris HibbertDefender0000
14Phill Molyneux 10Midfield0000
15Adam Eden 11Forward0000
16Joshua Jones 2Midfield0000
17Rhys JonesMidfield0000
 Total 1000

Assistant Manager: Alan Edwards
1st Team Manager: Daniel Moore
Physio: Rhian Williams
Coach: Jason Aldcroft
Goalkeeping Coach: Rich Goodier

Officials

Referee1st Assistant Referee2nd Assistant Referee
David WrightNathan WheatleySimon McCormick
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Buckley Town FC 1 Guilsfield FC 2

Buckley never looked like scoring in this game against Guilsfield, yet it was they that took the lead in the second half when Adam Eden’s shot, after he had cut in from the left flank, was deflected into the Guilsfield goal.

Chris Catherall of Guilsfield looked the most likely to deliver any reply with his Exocet like throw ins. He peppered the Buckley box throughout the game and his delivery put Buckley under pressure every time the ball went out from anywhere inside Buckley’s half.

Guilsfield looked like they would draw level with a penalty late on but Joe Makaruk made the save to deny them.

It looked like Buckley had done enough and were closing the game out but unbelievably two late goals in the 92nd and 94th minutes turned the game on its head.

Overall a poor performance from Buckley Town on the night.

Details

Date Time League Season Full Time Attendance
26th March 2019 7:45 pm Huws Gray Alliance 2019 90' 252

Ground

The Globe
Globe Way, Buckley CH7 3LY, United Kingdom

Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Buckley Town011Loss
Guilsfield022Win

Buckley Town

# Player Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Joe MakarukGoalkeeper0000
2Luke BlizardDefender0000
3Dylan RobertsDefender0000
4Luke DouglasDefender0000
5Callum HumphriesDefender0000
6Chris Roberts 12Defender0000
7Connor LittlerForward0000
8Kieron MooreMidfield0000
9Shaun Tinsley 14Midfield0000
10Aled BellisMidfield0000
11Adam Eden 16Forward1000
12Lewis Hone 6Defender0000
14Joshua Jones 9Midfield0000
16Rhys Jones 11Midfield0000
18Jack EdwardsGoalkeeper0000
 Total 1000

Assistant Manager: Alan Edwards
1st Team Manager: Daniel Moore
Physio: Rhian Williams
Coach: Jason Aldcroft
Goalkeeping Coach: Rich Goodier

Guilsfield

Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
 2000

Officials

Referee1st Assistant Referee2nd Assistant Referee
Ashley JonesJohn PalmerAlun Jones
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Buckley Town 2 Flint Town United 1

Cheered on by a crowd of 652 that was bolstered by a huge turn out in force by Buckley Town Junior players, coaches and parents at every age group from U6s to U16s Buckley Town secured three points in this keenly contested Flintshire derby on what was a great fun day for the club. It was great to see all age groups represented and showed just how strong this community-based football club has become in recent years.

Buckley opened the scoring when Aron Williams lobbed the Flint keeper Aaron Jones with a neat finish that put them in control of the game early on, something they never really looked like losing. 

Aron Williams lobs Flint’s keeper with a neat finish to make it 1-0 to Buckley

Flint had much of the play but created little in the first half other than one shot that was dealt with expertly by Buckley skipper Joe Makaruk.

Buckley switched formation to their normal 4-3-3 for the second half which helped them to become much more of a force in the game giving Aron Williams more scope to raid down the right flank.

Buckley had two great chances to add to the score from headers at the far post when first Luke Blizard was denied by keepers’ feet and the post and then Callum Humphries saw his attempt bounce off the cross bar and away.

The change at half time allowed Buckley to better hit Flint on the break and it was from one such break out that Aron Williams was able to deliver a cross for Jake Roberts, who had steamed in at the back post, to finish with a volley that gave the Flint keeper no chance.

Flint did not show enough urgency to get themselves back into the game, with only one real clear-cut chance in the second period that was again brilliantly saved by keeper Joe Makaruk. Buckley’s centre back pairing of Callum Humphries and Chris Roberts dealt with most that came their way and it was not until very late on that Flint managed to pull one back when they were gifted a penalty when Ged Kinsella was fouled in the box and Richie Foulkes scored from the spot. Flint only then upped their tempo but Buckley simply got the ball up field and into the corners where they held it to close out the game.

Jake Roberts turns away after slamming the ball home for 2-0

Buckley Manager Dan Moore spoke to The Leader after the game and said, “We’ve conceded late on in games this season, but we dealt with Flint scoring two minutes from time really well.”

“We managed to run the clock down and see the game out without too many problems, which was pleasing after playing pretty well throughout the 90 minutes.”

“The players know they are safe, but they produced a good performance in what was a good derby game.”

On the Globe Way crowd, Moore added: “It was great to see so many people watching the team.

“We want to put the club into the community as much as possible and it was really good to get a win in-front of a good crowd.”

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Date Time League Season Full Time Attendance
23rd March 2019 2:30 pm Huws Gray Alliance 2019 90' 652

Ground

The Globe
Globe Way, Buckley CH7 3LY, United Kingdom

Results

ClubGoalsOutcome
Buckley Town2Win
Flint Town Utd1Loss

Buckley Town

# Player Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Joe MakarukGoalkeeper0000
2Luke BlizardDefender0000
3Dylan RobertsDefender0000
4Luke DouglasDefender0000
5Callum HumphriesDefender0010
6Chris RobertsDefender0000
7Aron WilliamsMidfield1110
8Kieron MooreMidfield0000
9Jake Roberts 15Forward1000
10Aled Bellis 14Midfield0000
11Adam Eden 16Forward0010
12Lewis HoneDefender0000
14Phill Molyneux 10Midfield0000
15Connor Littler 9Forward0000
16Shaun Tinsley 11Midfield0000
17Lewis MarleyMidfield0000
 Total 2130

Assistant Manager: Alan Edwards
1st Team Manager: Daniel Moore
Physio: Rhian Williams
Coach: Jason Aldcroft
Goalkeeping Coach: Rich Goodier

Flint Town Utd

Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
 0000

Officials

Referee1st Assistant Referee2nd Assistant Referee
Dan FogertyAlun JonesSimon McCormick
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Airbus UK Broughton 3 Buckley Town 2

Yet again these two well matched sides put on an entertaining game that was only settled late on with Airbus running out victors.

Buckley opened the game the brightest and Jake Roberts had a good chance early on but it was Airbus that took the lead when Steve Tommasson scored after 35 minutes.

They made it two with a Sam Hart strike on 57 minutes. It looked like Airbus had done enough in easing themselves ahead and the match would pitter out but it was then turned on its head by two pieces of individual brilliance by Buckley Town players.

First, just seconds after Airbus had scored their second, centre back Chris Roberts chanced his arm from some 20 yards inside his own half. The ball sailed high but true in the wind and found Airbus keeper Dave Roberts all at sea, as he back peddled to try and desperately keep the ball out. He didn’t succeed and all of a sudden it was 2-1.

With the wind at their backs Buckley were now in the ascendancy and full of renewed hope. They won a free kick on the edge of the Airbus box and Jake Roberts stepped up and hit an absolute stunner into the top corner with a fine strike (see video).

Buckley took the game to Airbus and it looked like they would crack under the pressure. Buckley had a great shout for a penalty but the referee declined the appeal and then with Adam Eden clear in on goal the linesman raised his flag to pulled the play back. Suffice it to say, neither decision went down well with the highly vocal travelling support and they made their opinions well and truly known.

Airbus weathered the storm and if you are going to win the league, you have to find a way to win these sorts of games. Buckley pushed Airbus close earlier in the season at the Globe, only to fall behind late on in the game and so it was here. With 7 minutes remaining Airbus broke out and Ryan Edwards found the back of the net to break Buckley hearts.

Airbus will now probably go on and win the league and good luck to our local rivals but they will look back on these two games with Buckley and know they were pushed oh so very close. The six points gained will be instrumental in their season.

We must take the positives, of which there have been many, from these two games against Airbus and take them into our remaining fixtures, as we seek the highest possible finish we can attain in the league. Next up Rhyl at Belle View.

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Details

Date Time League Season Full Time Attendance
9th March 2019 2:30 pm Huws Gray Alliance 2019 90' 252

Ground

The Airfield
Chester Road, Broughton. Flintshire. CH4 0DR

Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Airbus UK123Win
Buckley Town022Loss

Airbus UK

Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
 0000

Buckley Town

# Player Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Joe MakarukGoalkeeper0000
2Luke BlizardDefender0000
3Dylan RobertsDefender0000
4Joshua Jones 15Midfield0000
5Callum HumphriesDefender0000
6Chris RobertsDefender1000
7Aron WilliamsMidfield0000
8Kieron Moore 14Midfield0000
9Jake RobertsForward1010
10Aled BellisMidfield0000
11Adam EdenForward0000
12Luke DouglasDefender0000
14Lewis Hone 8Defender0000
15Phill Molyneux 4Midfield0000
 Total 2010

Assistant Manager: Alan Edwards
1st Team Manager: Daniel Moore
Physio: Rhian Williams
Goalkeeping Coach: Rich Goodier

Officials

Referee1st Assistant Referee2nd Assistant Referee
Alex LiveseyC C FlemingP S Ellis
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Buckley Town 2 Holyhead Hotspur 0

Goals in either half from Chris Roberts and Kieron Moore give Buckley Town the victory and made it three on the bounce as the good run of recent form continues.

Buckley had the best of the first half as they and the wind kept Holyhead mostly pinned into their own half. It only looked as if there would be one scorer in the game and Buckley and especially Jake Roberts looked like being the one that would break the deadlock. Unfortunately for Roberts, the post was not his friend and he hit it on more than one occasion throughout the game. If the post did not save Holyhead their keeper did.

The deadlock was broken, as it often is from a Buckley set play. Aled Bellis put in a cross from the left corner flag where Callum Humphries was the first runner across the box. He did not rise to meet the ball and let it fly over his head for the incoming Chris Roberts who slid in with a neat finish to make it one nil.

In the second half, with the wind at their backs, Holyhead began to make a game of it. Joe Makaruk in the Buckley goal had to make save after save to keep Holyhead at bay in the first 15 minutes of the half. At this point Buckley manager Dan Moore had seen enough and changes were made on the hour. On came the duel threats of Aron Williams and Adam Eden which allowed Buckley to raid from the flanks. That said, Holyhead still looked dangerous on the break but the game was ended as a contest when Kieron Moore was fed by Jake Roberts on the left edge of the 18 yards box. He cut across and fired a neat finish into the right corner.

Again, Buckley closed the game out well and they have now moved up to 6th position in the league following their recent good run of form.

Next up are the League leaders Airbus Broughton UK. The two sides played out a highly entertaining game at the Globe earlier in the season and we expect the same next Saturday on the artificial surface of the Hollingsworth Group Stadium.

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Details

Date Time League Season Full Time Attendance
2nd March 2019 2:30 pm Huws Gray Alliance 2019 90' 183

Ground

The Globe
Globe Way, Buckley CH7 3LY, United Kingdom

Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Buckley Town112Win
Holyhead Hotspur000Loss

Buckley Town

# Player Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Joe MakarukGoalkeeper0000
2Luke BlizardDefender0000
3Dylan Roberts Defender0000
4Joshua JonesMidfield0000
5Callum HumphriesDefender0000
6Chris RobertsDefender1000
7Phill Molyneux 16Midfield0000
8Kieron MooreMidfield1000
9Jake RobertsForward0100
10Aled Bellis 15Midfield0100
11Shaun Tinsley 17Midfield0000
12Luke DouglasDefender0000
14Lewis HoneDefender0000
15Aron Williams 10Midfield0000
16Connor Littler 7Forward0000
17Adam Eden 11Forward0000
 Total 2200

Assistant Manager: Alan Edwards
1st Team Manager: Daniel Moore
Physio: Rhian Williams
Coach: Jason Aldcroft
Goalkeeping Coach: Rich Goodier

Holyhead Hotspur

Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
 0000

Officials

Referee1st Assistant Referee2nd Assistant Referee
Michael GraySimon McCormickMichael Woodward
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Holywell Town 0 Buckley Town 2

Buckley Town continued their recent run of good form with an away win under the lights at Holywell Town’s Halkyn Road ground.

The game was a keenly contested Flintshire Derby that Buckley took the lead in very early on. Set plays are a Buckley strong point and you concede them at your peril around your 18-yard box. It was from one such long throw in from the right-side bye line that Jake Roberts opened the scoring. Roberts seems to have come into a rich vein of goal scoring form, at just the right time of the season for Buckley and he took his goal well after the ball fell at his feet, firing home from six yards out.

Sometimes you can score a little too early and that may have been the case here as Buckley seemed to sit back once they were ahead and allowed Holywell to come on to them. That made for a competitive game as Holywell tried to take the play to Buckley and they probably had the better of the bulk of the half without really creating anything clear cut that Buckley’s defence could not deal with. Buckley did finish the half in the ascendency though as they began to push Holywell back down the flanks.

The second half had two significant events. The first was a sending off, as Wellmen’s Steve Lewis got his marching orders for a second yellow card offence of diving. That was not helpful to the Holywell cause, as at the point it occurred, they had looked well able of getting themselves back into the game.

It was then compounded by the second, as it allowed Buckley to hit Holywell on the counter attack, most notably down the right flank. Aron Williams broke out and delivered the perfect low cross for Shaun Tinsley steaming in down the left to fire home from 12 yards giving Holywell’s keeper no chance.

Holywell tried as they might and given they were down to ten men kept Buckley’s defence busy for the rest of the game but they simply could not find a way past and as their legs tired were always open to further raids down the flanks.

So in summing up, a workman like (dogged, scruffy) performance by Buckley Town and another sign of their growing maturity and confidence, given that three points was the outcome. It was not pretty but who cares when three points is the outcome away from home against a side battling to stay in the division. Of the 315 in attendance, many were from Buckley and their contribution to the atmosphere did not go unnoticed. A resounding chorus of “Yellows, Yellows, Yellows” welcomed the side back to the main stand at the end of the game and we hope you will all be with us for the final games of the season as we look to climb the table.

Details

Date Time League Season Full Time Attendance
22nd February 2019 7:30 pm Huws Gray Alliance 2019 90' 315

Ground

Halkyn Road
Halkyn Road, Holywell CH8 7TZ, UK

Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Holywell Town000Loss
Buckley Town112Win

Holywell Town

Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
 0000

Buckley Town

# Player Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Joe MakarukGoalkeeper0000
2Luke BlizardDefender0000
3Dylan Roberts Defender0000
4Joshua JonesMidfield0000
5Callum HumphriesDefender0010
6Chris RobertsDefender0000
7Aron WilliamsMidfield0100
8Kieron Moore 12Midfield0000
9Jake Roberts 16Forward1000
10Aled BellisMidfield0100
11Shaun Tinsley 17Midfield1000
12Luke Douglas 8Defender0000
14Lewis HoneDefender0000
15Phill MolyneuxMidfield0000
16Connor Littler 9Forward0000
17Adam Eden 11Forward0000
 Total 2210

Assistant Manager: Alan Edwards
1st Team Manager: Daniel Moore
Physio: Rhian Williams
Coach: Jason Aldcroft
Goalkeeping Coach: Rich Goodier

Officials

Referee1st Assistant Referee2nd Assistant Referee
James WalkerNed HughesJohn Palmer
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Ruthin Town 0 Buckley Town 1

As we enter the last third of the season it will be interesting to see what our young side has learnt from the season so far.

The away game at Ruthin Town was a good test of that thought, as playing a side just above them in the league at his point in the season, would tend to suggest that both sides would be well matched. This was the case but Buckley Town looked the more likely of the two sides to break the deadlock as most of the play took place in the Ruthin Town half with Buckley keeper Joe Makaruk only being tested once throughout the game whilst Ryan Goldstones at the other end kept Buckley at bay with a string of saves throughout the game that would earn him Ruthin’s man of the match tag.

The sides went into half time in deadlock at 0-0 but Buckley came out in the second half at a pace forcing corner after corner and set plays that put Ruthin under significant pressure. It was from one of these corners that Buckley took the lead.

Aled Bellis delivered his usual accuracy from the set play with a left sided corner that was swung into the back-post area where Luke Blizard was waiting to side foot a shot in on goal. He pushed the ball into the ground meaning the Ruthin keeper Ryan Goldstones could only parry the ball back into Blizard’s path and he stooped down to head the ball past the full back on the post.

Buckley should have had the opportunity to make it two from the penalty spot when second half sub Phill Molyneux challenged keeper and defender in the air for the ball. The ball ricocheted off the players, bounced and hit a Ruthin defender outstretched arm. No foul had occurred and play went on, so it seemed a straightforward decision but one of Ruthin’s players had been injured in the collision. The referee then stopped the game to get the player attention but then bizarrely restarted the game with a drop ball on the edge of the box, denying Buckley the goal scoring opportunity.

So back to my original thought on what the side have learnt so far this season. It had to be how pleasing it was to see our side show maturity in closing out the game for the victory. Despite having Ruthin on the back foot for most of the second half, the second goal that would have killed the game proved elusive. It did not phase the Buckley side and they balanced the desire to grab another goal with running the game down well and ensured the team took all three points.

For manager Dan Moore the most pleasing aspect of the game was how the team closed it out, a lesson that had been learnt as recently as the away trip to Conwy Borough where 3 points should have been earnt but only one was taken. This time the side did not give their opponents the opportunity to level the game. They dictated the outcome which at this level you have to do given the competitive nature of the league we play in. A great effort and a great result. Now let’s see if we can match that under the lights at Holywell Town next Friday night.

Article picture courtesy of Trevor Jones

Video

Details

Date Time League Season Full Time
16th February 2019 2:00 pm Huws Gray Alliance 2019 90'

Ground

Memorial Playing Fields
Memorial Playing Fields, Park Y Dre, Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15 1PH

Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Ruthin Town000Loss
Buckley Town011Win

Ruthin Town

Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
 0000

Buckley Town

# Player Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Joe MakarukGoalkeeper0000
2Luke BlizardDefender1000
3Dylan RobertsDefender0000
4Joshua Jones Midfield0000
5Callum HumphriesDefender0000
6Chris RobertsDefender0000
7Aron Williams 15Midfield0000
8Kieron MooreMidfield0000
9Jake RobertsForward0000
10Aled BellisMidfield0100
11Shaun Tinsley 12Midfield0000
12Luke Douglas 11Defender0000
14Lewis HoneDefender0000
15Phill Molyneux 7Midfield0010
16Connor LittlerForward0000
17Rhys JonesMidfield0000
 Total 1110

Assistant Manager: Alan Edwards
1st Team Manager: Daniel Moore
Physio: Rhian Williams
Coach: Jason Aldcroft
Goalkeeping Coach: Rich Goodier

Officials

Referee1st Assistant Referee2nd Assistant Referee
Aled Rhys WilliamsAndrew DoganCharley Smith